Ghost Chilli (ebok) av Nikkitha Bakshani
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Ghost Chilli ebok

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'A kaleidoscopically detailed novel of twenty-first century life, full of human comedy, which finds richness in the quotidian, ephemeral, and overlooked' LUCIE ELVEN'By turns witty, compassionate, and toe-curling. An incredibly astute and propulsive writing of modern relationships, familial, platonic and romantic' SUSANNAH DICKEY'Exquisite, forensic and tender . . . This book gently brûléed my heart' DOREEN CUNNINGHAMMuskan has a great life: a creative job in the big city, supportive friends, a…

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Forfattere Nikkitha Bakshani (forfatter)
Forlag Fleet
Utgitt 4 juli 2024
Sjanger Romaner, Skjønnlitteratur
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse LCP
ISBN 9780349727523

'A kaleidoscopically detailed novel of twenty-first century life, full of human comedy, which finds richness in the quotidian, ephemeral, and overlooked' LUCIE ELVEN

'By turns witty, compassionate, and toe-curling. An incredibly astute and propulsive writing of modern relationships, familial, platonic and romantic' SUSANNAH DICKEY

'Exquisite, forensic and tender . . . This book gently brûléed my heart' DOREEN CUNNINGHAM

Muskan has a great life: a creative job in the big city, supportive friends, and no trouble finding first dates. So what if her colleagues don't know she exists, or her friends won't stop lecturing her about the three-year 'situationship' she's in? It's not like she's starving.

But something is wrong, and while the people around her seem to have all the right words, nobody can articulate what they want from each other. As obstacles mount and the easy-going persona Muskan has built starts to crumble, she is forced to face a question that's been quietly burning at the back of her mind: Why did her family move to America so abruptly?

Warm, funny, and sharply observed, Ghost Chilli is a story about trying to find honest relationships in an isolating world, and the weight we unwittingly carry.